Jacksonville Jaguars Depth Chart

Jacksonville Jaguars Depth Chart

AFC South
TIAA Bank Field
Head Coach
Doug Marrone
Offensive Coordinator
Jay Gruden
Defensive Coordinator
Todd Wash
Special Teams Coach
Joe DeCamillis
Defensive Scheme
Team News
D.J. Chark Jr. A Risky Week 2 Option

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver D.J. Chark Jr. caught a touchdown in Week 1, but also was targeted just three times, catching all of them for 25 yards. Against a good Titans Defense this week, Chark's got a lot of downside. His low volume of work last week could be an anomaly, but it could also signal that quarterback Gardner Minshew II is set to spread the ball around this season, limiting the upside of each of his weapons. Chark's still the top fantasy receiver here, but there's a lot more risk than there was in 2019, even if it's really tough to justify sitting the third-year wideout.

James Robinson Has Flex Appeal In Week 2

Jacksonville Jaguars running back James Robinson had a strong NFL debut in Week 1, rushing for 62 yards on 16 carries and adding a 28-yard reception. He played 68 percent of Jacksonville's snaps. While this Week 2 game against the Titans isn't prime for Robinson to have a breakout performance, his projected role gives him a relatively high floor and makes him worth a look as a fantasy flex option. No one else on the active roster right now should challenge Robinson for the job as the early-down back.

Gardner Minshew II Faces Tough Week 2 Matchup

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew II had a stellar Week 1, completing 95 percent of his passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns. But a repeat performance seems unlikely in Week 2 as he faces a Tennessee Titans team whose defense should be up to the task to slow down the Minshew Mania. In Week 1, this Titans team held Drew Lock to just one passing touchdown. Minshew is worth a look in two-QB leagues, but don't expect him to have the same strong outing he did last week. There's just not enough offensive talent here to trust this team on a weekly basis.

Chris Thompson Quiet In Week 1

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Chris Thompson had just two touches in a Week 1 win over the Indianapolis Colts. He didn't receive a single carry but caught both of his targets for six yards. Thompson played 12 snaps. Not a great showing for those who thought Thompson in a Jay Gruden offense would look like he did in Washington. It's too early to drop Thompson, but it's not too early to start thinking about dropping him and to move him to your fantasy bench in Week 2 to be safe.

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D.J. Chark Jr. Scores Touchdown To Open 2020

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver D.J. Chark caught three passes for 25 yards and a touchdown in a Week 1 win over the Indianapolis Colts. Chark's touchdown salvaged an otherwise disappointing game for the third-year player who was being considered a solid fantasy WR2 this season. It's too early to panic over his workload, but finishing third on the team in targets isn't exactly what fantasy managers want to see. Luckily for Chark, he gets a good Week 2 matchup with the Miami Dolphins.

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